FQ TOPIC: Suggestive

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FQ1: Suggest something to read, something to watch...
Star Trek VI by JM Dillard is just about my favourite book ever - it was the only book I ever read at least three times before Harry Potter. Probably only for Trekkies though. The movie is by far the best of the Star Trek movies too. But for something to watch well that would have to be Peter Pan now wouldn't it, being my current favourite movie and all.

FQ2: Suggest someone to admire, someone to stare at...
Well duh, like what other answer am I going to give than Jason Isaacs ;)

FQ3: Suggest someplace to go, someplace to avoid...
I liked stacks and stacks of things while I was away in the US, but one of the more off the beaten track places we saw was Craters of the Moon National Monument. It's a relatively recent volcanic area, and you can walk out on lava fields and climb volcanos. The colours and textures in the rocks are phenomenal. Plus we went in wildflower season, so there smatterings of flowers all through the lava. To avoid? I'll have to think about that one.

FQ PROJECT: Suggest an itinerary for somebody visiting your city by listing the five must-see attractions of the area.
Well that really depends on what you like doesn't it? :) I usually try to get to the highest point in a city, which in ours is the Centre Point, or Sydney, or AMP Tower. Tallest building in the city. For ~$20 you can go to the top, as well as a "virtual reality" tour of the city in those seats that throw you around. The harbour is an absolute must. You can go up to the top of the Harbour Bridge for ~$150 or up to the top of one of the pylons for ~$2 or across the deck for nothing at all. Take a walk around Circular Quay and the Opera House and then back through the Rocks, the original settlement of the city. The other big tourist attractions include Luna Park, Bondi Beach, Manly Beach, the Zoo with it's panoramic views of the city, and the Blue Mountains.

well the guys are back now, I'm off :)

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